Resides in Savannah, GA
He received his MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design in 1990 and currently teaches painting there. His work has been shown in solo and group shows nationally and internationally.
His recent paintings deal with portrait and landscape, both working independently of each other and fusing the two into narratives. He is drawn to portraiture and how it functions as a traditional motif in contemporary society. His work includes environments that relate specifically to travel experiences, and the individuals portrayed are potentially unsettling to look at, but for the most part harmless. Previous shows over the last few years have dealt with individual circumstances, chance, control, security, and anxiety.